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Village Elections Are Tuesday, March 15

All Elections Are Uncontested

Elections in most Manhasset villages will take place on Tuesday, March 15 from noon to 9 p.m. Petitions to file to run for office were due by the end of the business day on Feb. 7. All elections are uncontested.

Elections will be held in June in the Village of North Hills.

In Flower Hill, incumbent Trustees Tab M. Hauser, Aviva Pinto, Avery Ryan and Elaine Phillips are each running unopposed for another two-year term. All are members of the Flower Hill Party. The election will take place at the Flower Hill Village Hall, 1 Bonnie Heights Road.

In Munsey Park, Mayor Harry Nicolaides is running for re-election for a two-year term. Incumbent Trustees Sheila Brennan and Albert T. Jaronczyk are running for two–year terms. All contestants are members of the Village Party and all elections are unopposed. The election will take place at the Munsey Park Village Hall, 1777 Northern Boulevard.

In Plandome, Mayor M. Lloyd Williams is running for re-election for a two-year term. Incumbent trustees Judith Harrison Bode and Edward J. Henderson are running for two-year terms. Jim Kiley is running unopposed for a four-year term as village justice having been appointed to complete the term of Lawrence Florio after he passed away in April. All elections are uncontested and all those running belong to the Citizen’s Party. The election will take place at the Plandome Village Hall, 65 South Drive.

In Plandome Heights, incumbent trustees Norman Taylor, Lawrence Bourguet and Don Parker are running for re-election for two-year terms. All elections are uncontested, and all contestants are running under the Alliance Party. The election will take place at the Plandome Village Hall, 65 South Drive, Plandome.

In Plandome Manor, incumbent Mayor Barbara Donno is running for re-election for a two-year term. Incumbent trustees Matthew Clinton and Irwin Klein are running for two-year terms. Saul Kobrick is running for a four-year term as village justice, a position vacated when current Village Justice Donald Olman decided not to run for another term. All contestants are members of the Action Party. The election will take place at the Village Hall, located in the Science Museum of Long Island, 1526 N. Plandome Road, Plandome Manor.